Welcome to The Voyager Self-Catering Suites, luxury accommodation in Cobh. Situated in the picturesque tourist town of Cobh in Co. Cork, Ireland, and overlooking the magnificent Cork Harbour, our accommodation options command some of the best views in town. Choose from our Self-Catering suites so you and your family or guests can come and go as you please. Self-Catering in Cobh Town Centre, our suites can accommodate up to 75 guests per night. If you are looking for accommodation in Cobh, The Voyager is the place for you.
With free high-speed unlimited wifi, fully serviced clean quality rooms, and a dedicated host, we can cater to all your needs.
Traditional Irish bars with music, open fires & friendly locals right on our doorstep. Plenty of options for eating and dining with several restaurants within meters.
Each year over 100 large cruise liners sail up the harbour to berth at Cobh’s deep water quay. These liners bring a fantastic atmosphere to Cobh with cultural mix and bustling energy.
The Voyager Accommodation in Cobh town centre where there is a good nightlife with a wide selection of pubs including The Mauretania Bar, and restaurants ranging from excellent fast food at Mimmo’s, authentic Italian Pizza & Pasta at Cobh Grand Italia, Breakfast and Lunch at Café Vega, Delicious meals at Jacob’s Ladder at the Watersedge Hotel, The Commodore Hotel, Harbour Browns Steakhouse.
The excellent vibrant Titanic Bar & Grill with its delicious food, live bands & outside area adjacent to Scott’s Pier (Heartbreak Pier) where the final passengers left from to board the RMS Titanic the famous passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the early morning hours of April 15, 1912, after striking an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City.
A short taxi ride will bring you to an authentic Irish family-friendly country pub, The High Chapperal Bar in Ballymore village where you can find live traditional music sessions and the craic is mighty.
A gentle Stroll up Harbour Hill and you will come across the quaint Anchor Bar boasting the finest view out to the mouth of Cork Harbour in the Collins family for over 60 years.
A short distance up to St. Colman’s Park is the home of SSE Airticity League of Ireland club Cobh Ramblers FC. The 2020 season kicks off in February so well worth catching a home game on a visit, with the Sports & Social club usually putting on a series of gigs and entertainment after home games in the recently refurbished bar and lounge.
Cobh also is a hive of activity during the day for tourists of all ages, with walking tours of the town, The Titanic Trail with Dr Michael Martin, Rebel Walking Tours with Kieran McCarthy, the Titanic Experience, The Queenstown Story at Cobh Heritage Centre, Titanic Gardens, Cobh Cathedral and much more. For a fully interactive guide to all Cobh has to offer download the Cobh App on Google or Apple.
Stay in accommodation near Cobh in the beautiful Jack Doyle Suite named after Cobh Native Jack Doyle. Joseph “Jack” Doyle (31 August 1913 – 13 December 1978), known as “The Gorgeous Gael“, was an Irish boxer, tenor & actor. He was born Joseph Doyle and known to his friends as Joe but changed it to Jack when starting his professional career. At one time or another, Doyle was a contender for the British Boxing Championship.
Named after Fortress Spike Island a short boat ride across the harbour.
Spike Island (Irish: Inis Píc) is an island of 103 acres (42 ha) in Cork Harbour, Ireland. Originally the site of a monastic settlement, the island is dominated by an 18th-century star fort named Fort Mitchel. The island’s strategic location within the harbour meant it was used at times for defence and as a prison. Since the early 21st century the island has been developed as a heritage tourist attraction, with €5.5 million investment in exhibition and visitor spaces. Spike Island was named top European tourist attraction at the 2017 World Travel Awards.
The port, which has had several Irish language names, was first called “Cove” (“The Cove of Cork”) in 1750. It was renamed by the British as “Queenstown” in 1849 to commemorate a visit by Queen Victoria. No source has been identified for when the name was officially changed to Cobh, but it occurred around the time the Irish Free State was established. Cobh is a Gaelicisation of the English name Cove, and it shares the same pronunciation. It has no meaning in the Irish language.
Named after the ill-fated Titanic whose final port of call was Cobh. Excellent attractions The Titanic Experience and The Queenstown Story at Cobh Heritage Centre have brilliant memorabilia and guides to The Titanic are within an easy stroll of The Voyager Holiday Rentals.
Named after the iconic Cathedral Church of St Colman, usually known as Cobh Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Cobh, Ireland. It is the cathedral church of the Diocese of Cloyne. It overlooks Cork harbour from a prominent position. Construction began in 1868 and was not completed until over half a century later due to increases in costs and revisions of the original plans. St. Colman’s celebrated its 100th anniversary of consecration in 2019
The Voyager holiday rental accommodation is a perfect alternative to hotels in Cobh and is within easy access to all Cork and East Cork has to offer. Close to Fota Wildlife Park, The Jameson Distillery, Midleton, fantastic golf courses and of course the beautiful and vibrant Cork city. A perfect relaxing vacation in Ireland.
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